Updated! PA Primary Team reports: Our reporter (the Daily News' Stephanie Farr, taking a turn on the campaign trail) did observe Michelle Obama's roundtable discussion with the five moms at St. George's. And she found Ms. Obama talking up what always gets discussed when moms get together: The challenges of juggling work, raising kids and the rest of their lives -- plus the cost of top-quality preschool.
The group spent a little time on the idea that women today tend to do a lot -- but feel like failures anyway, because they can't do it all well.
And, of course, they talked about Mr. Obama. She said his energy was important for the country. "That energy isn't just fluff," Michelle Obama told the group of five moms. "It's so necessary because that's the piece that's been missing" for the campaign and the country.
Demographically speaking, these moms were in their 30s (ish), all white and all upper or middle class. (St. George's sits in a lovely neighborhood not far from the Merion Golf Club, home of the 2013 U.S. Open.)